Moore & Van Allen’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is longstanding. Established in 2002, the Diversity Committee’s purpose is to raise awareness and foster understanding and appreciation of the various ethnicities, races, religions, countries and regions of origin, physical abilities and sexual orientations represented within Moore & Van Allen and the clients and community we serve.

The Diversity Committee strives to cultivate and maintain relationships with a number of community partners including, but not limited to, the following:

The Women of MVA (WoMVA), a subcommittee of the Diversity Committee, is dedicated to the advancement of women in law and strives to enhance the business and professional development of its membership. 

The MVA Lawyers of Color (LOC), another subcommittee of the Diversity Committee, brings together lawyers of color at our firm for mentoring, networking and career development opportunities. 

Diversity Committee Members


Moore & Van Allen’s Diversity Statement

At Moore & Van Allen we recognize that having people with different racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds, countries and regions of origin, genders, generations, physical abilities and sexual orientations is critical to our ability to provide the highest level of legal services. By fostering an inclusive work environment we come together as one extraordinary team with the common purpose of providing truly outstanding legal services to our clients. Our commitment to diversity goes beyond our firm to the communities we serve through extensive outreach initiatives. These core principles are embraced by the firm’s leadership. Our managing member serves on the firm’s Diversity Committee.

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MVA attorneys donated 4,859 hours of legal services to 163 pro bono clients in 2020.
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MVA employees (attorneys and non-legal professionals) donated 5,455 hours of volunteer service to community efforts in 2020.

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